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. c-span: i counted 27 different fbi files the you've gotten into in the back that you list. what value have they been to this book and how would they be different, how would the book be different? >> guest: i think they are good primary material part and the invasive wiretaps ra biographical material, and there are many files there but these are the ones in which the basic primary material and fbi material gathered at the ground level tends to be i think very reliable on the people that have been wiretapped like clarence jones who show in these conversations. when it get massaged through the headquarters and put to political use the materials to get distorted but there is nothing better than a verbatim wiretap transfer of somebody's telephone life. that's very revealing and often were showing quite the opposite character of the wiretaps are premised on in the and in fact what you will get is somebody talking about going to jail in the freedom movement and quite the noble character. c-span: how hard is it to get them? >> guest: not hard to get they are in the fbi reading room not
surprise was that j. edgar hoover and his fbi's campaign to destroy king politically, at least, was far more vicious, was far more relentless, and cruel, and i could imagine that public officials in the united states would do. how did i come to that conclusion? after a two or three year battle with the fbi and with my friends in the lbj library, part of the national archives, i was finally able to put together a mosaic of hundreds of fbi memos that went to the president. i saw how the president reacted to them, and didn't react to them. and even though great reporters have covered this story well, starting in '75 with the church hearings, i was appalled about that, and i don't want to be total alarmist, but when i see what the fbi has been empowered to do again, in investigating citizens, i have great pause. >> time for a few more questions. [inaudible] >> i changed my mind on really the central idea of the book. when i started out, a lot of very well-meaning dedicated white house aides and johnson cabinet officials told me that the president despised martin luther king, and why was i d
for a plan that would involve causing physical harm and the fbi caught him. he was convicted. it was fbi who helped find the people who burned and kill the residents. i think it's -- i'm blessed to know that they are out there doing it. >> reporter: here in the bay area there has been a rash of incidents. dees says the neo natzis and skin heads are growing in the bayarea. >> along comes a mexican saying, their problems are not their problems. you have to stop them. you have to hurt them. you have to keep them down to keep you up. nobody ever got up by climbing across the back of anybody elses and stayed up very long. >> reporter: but there's a more incidiary racism. >> it just enflames them that the leaders of our country are not standing up for equality of all our country. >> reporter: dees says he's serious about that phrase of all americans. >> in 1941, a school board fired black school teachers in a discriminatory manner. the chairman of the board of education said you were right. we were doing nothing more than these whites than the whites did to us when they had power. >>> we remember
. at the fbi's washington field office a command center is gearing up to coordinate a response to any threat that may emerge. kimberly howe is in charge of a team of analysts that looks at each one. >> there are always threats coming in. the inauguration is no different. >> at fbi headquarters as they followed unfolding events in algeria, deputy assistant director jenny lay talked about the daunting challenge they face before an event like an inauguration. >> you can't just cancel it. you can't just call it off. you have to be working diligently and aggressively behind the scenes to make sure the threat doesn't occur. >> what kind of threats do you have? >> as of yet we don't have any but that doesn't mean we're not look behind the scenes constantly evaluating and looking at everything that's coming in. >> the threat the fbi faced four years ago was information from a source who said there was a plot to attack the inauguration by al qaeda in somalia. that meant running down leads in kenya, uganda and somalia while looking around here. at the same time looking for suspect
, fbi, capital police, national guard and other agencies will also be on duty tomorrow. >>> several new floats are preparing to make their way down pennsylvania avenue for tomorrow's inaugural parade. floats will showcase states represented by the president and vice president as well as a replica plane flown by the tuskegee airmen and a full size model curiosity mars rover. >> to be here to witness this is again words just don't describe it. we're humbled by the entire experience. we're so honored and overwhelmed with excitement. >> the parade begins at the steps of the u.s. capitol building and will proceed along pennsylvania avenue to the white house. >>> fox 5 wants you to share how you are participating in inauguration. there are three ways to share. you can e-mail your photos or videos to 2013 at wttg.com. you can tweet them to at my fox d.c. with hatch tag 2013 orup them -- #2013 or upload them to our website. be sure to stay with fox 5 or all the latest on the inauguration from the ceremonies to the parade to monitoring metro so what you need to know if you're heading downtown. i
with this number of people coming requires a lot of coordination. >> the fbi explained they are reviewing r reviewing real time information that is constantly being successed and security adjusted. >> at this time we do not have any credible threats against any of the inaugural event. that is something we will monitor. what we do ask is that the public those who are attending the event keep their eyes and ears open and report any suspicious activity to the local law enforcement agency for the f fbi. >> the tough estrich of road between the capitol building and t where the president and first lady are the most exposed. >> there is a premium on theable to do sur slains. at this moment one of the most heavily sur veiled place will be that mile. the second is to do rapid reaction. >>> we are seeing the national guard along the perimeter of the capital. this is visibility security as well as on seen security on the mall. heather and ainsley back to you. >>> it is time for a look at who is talking. we are hearing from you the american people brand new fox news polls show where you stand. the most
am wondering if the justis system will be different, connected to any federal database like the fbi or department of homeland security. >> i am the justis project manager. justis is designed to replace the aging cable mainframe system. each department is in the process or has completed the implementation of the wrong department specific case management system. though specific case management systems connect to justis is a way to exchange data between departments. since justis is at that how point, it gives us the ability to all information and roll it up to public data as well as criminal justice data. what was your other question? >> i am wondering if justis is any different. >> i know their systems in the city and county of seven san francisco to collect to colect, for background checks, as far as justis replacing the cable system, justis will assist individual departments in creating the roll up reports. we have not received whether to the technical steering committee or the justis
the secretary of defense. nothing much happened. journalists beat the fbi to the diplomatic compound by several weeks. terrorists are seeing a lot of green lights across the region. >> what do we need to do differently? >> i think we should be serious about not only attacking terrorist groups for getting the incorrect line al qaeda is on the heels. i forget the line the president used through out the campaign that the tied of war is receding. we get a vote on whether or not that is true and they have voted that is not true. most importantly what motivated the terrorists. it hasn't been addressed by the obama administration. it didn't serve well in what i served. look at egypt and tunisia are doing at the ballot box along side what terrorists are doing on the battlefield and figuring out how to push against that. >> i hear you talking in wider terms about the arab spring. this has been a bit of a building now. talk with me more about that. >> well, you know early days in arab spring, in cairo, in tunisia they weren't long bearded militants like tehran in 1979. they were young modernists often se
the secretary of defense, but nothing much happened. in fact, journalists beat the fbi to that diplomatic compound by several weeks and terrorists are seeing a lot of green lights across the region. what do we need to do differently? >> well, i think we should be be serious about not only attacking terrorist groups, forgetting the incorrect line that al-qaeda is on its heels. clearly it's not. forget the line that the president used throughout the campaign that the tide of war is receding. unfortunately, our enemies get a vote in whether or not that's true and may have voted that it's not true. most importantly, what does motivate the terrorists? there's an ideology that is driving us that hasn't been addressed by the obama administration. frankly it wasn't addressed that well by the administration in which i served, but looking at egypt, looking at tunisia and the islamists and the brotherhood are doing at the battle box, alongside what the terrorists are doing at the battle field and figuring out how to push back against that. >> it's interesting, i hear you talking in wider term about
now in the government. and you say, well, i don't mind the police or the fbi. well, the department of agriculture has a s.w.a.t. team. the fish and wildlife have a s.w.a.t. team. in fact, the fish and wildlife raided gibson guitar with guns drawn, took all their computer equipment and their wood and then didn't let 'em know what they were accused of for a year. but then when they final aaccused them of something, it was breaking a foreign regulation. a law in india they were accused of breaking and penalized in the u.s. for breaking in india. those are the kind of stories we write about. >> host: how come you haven't heard about that before? >> guest: some of them you have heard. one of them's the case of john and judy selling bunnies in a little town in missouri. they were fined $90,000 for having the wrong permit. the government said, hey, you can pay on our web site $90,000, but if you don't pay, in 30 days you'll owe us $3.1 million. this is the kind of stuff that your government's doing to bully people, and we frankly think it needs to stop. they're doing the same with confisc
and potential threats. the fbi says there are currently no credible threats for monday. the 2009 inauguration was a logistical nightmare. hundreds of ticket holders getting stuck in a tunnel. authorities say this time will be better. >> it's always such a different feel when you come down for the inauguration. there's extensive signage, there are way finders. we have social media sites that you can follow. >> this year there's an app for that. it picks up where you are, tells you where the viewing screens are and the nearby events, telling me, i'm right on the parade route. along that 1.2 mile stretch of pennsylvania avenue, from the capital steps to the white house, undercover officers and s.w.a.t. teams out in full force. >> cecilia is with us now. you were telling me, they're expecting a crowd larger than the second inaugurals for presidents clinton and bush tomorrow. >> you say about 800,000 or so people. we crunched the numbers. one officer for every 61 people present. so a lot of law enforcement on the streets. the president will be watching from behind a bullet-proof glass viewing area
is back sticking two fingers up to the fbi. a year ago now looks like it dead pirate walking the plank. they shut down his site, the agents seize domain names and assets including rolls-royce and mercedes-benz. that case is pending, and wobbling. new zealand admitted to illegally spying on kim dotcom in some doubt the fbi legal standing. in march the court will rule on whether to extradite him to the u.s. this time around the new site has everything encrypted so the site itself has no idea what content lies inside this encrypted digital package. see no evil approach. you have to wonder if this can work. ashley: this guy is doing pretty well though. dennis: he has egg ad networks sending millions of dollars in advertising to these illegal download sites because they're advertising a summary millions of sites they don't even realize they're supporting it. tracy: and people are going to these sites ultimately. you cannot stop it. they would make money if we stop trying to attack them and just sell stuff. tracy: crazy. ashley: cheryl casone will be on next one "countdown to the closing be
the surveillance images and potential threats. the fbi says there are currently no credible threats for monday. the 2009 inauguration was a law gist cal nightmare. hundreds of ticket holders getting stuck in the tunnel. authorities say this time will be better. >> there will be such a different feel when you come down this time for the inauguration. there was extensive signs and we have social media sites you can follow. >> this year there is even an app for that. it picks up where you are, and it tells you from where the viewing screens are to where the nearby events are and telling me i am right on the parade route. >> along the 1.2 mile stretch of pennsylvania avenue to the capital steps to the white house, undercover officers and s.w.a.t teams out in full force. >> and that was cecilia vega reporting. our coverage continues tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. with a special edition of good morning america and we will start at 6:30. >>> veteran abc news woman barbara walters is recovering tonight after being injured during a fall at an ingnawing raying -- inauguration party. the 83-year-old fell in washi
the surveillance images and potential threats. the fbi says there are threntlys for monday. the 2009 inauguration was a law gist cal nightmare. hundreds of ticket holders getting stuck in the tunnel. authorities say this time will be better. >> there will be such a different feel when you come down this time for the inauguration. there was extensive signs and we have social media sites you can follow. >> this year there is even an app for that. it picks up where you are, and it tells you from where the viewing screens are to where the nearby events are and telling me i am right on the parade route. >> along the 1.2 mile stretch of pennsylvania avenue to the capital steps to the white house, undercover officers and s.w.a.t teams out in full force. >> and that was cecilia vega reporting. our coverage continues tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. with a special edition of good morning america and we will start at 6:30. >>> veteran abc news woman barbara walters is recovering tonight after being injured during a fall at an ingnawing raying -- inauguration party. the 83-year-old fell in washington, d.c. and cut her
,000 to 900,000 people. today's pomp and circumstance expected to be peaceful. the fbi says there are no credible corroborated threats to any of the inauguration activities. and a sense of renewed excitement and possibility for a first term, replaced with a sense of familiarity four years later. crowds not expected to be nearly as jam packed this time around. our own christi paul is on the national mall where people are starting to gather. organizers are expecting about half of turnout from 2009. i am simply shocked they are here this early. it's probably a very smart move, right? >> oh, my gosh, you said it. we've been here for about an hour and a half. we thought we'd have to jump a fence just to get in. we decided we didn't want to be arrested. we took the time to walk around and find out how to get in here legally. i have seen in the last hour and a half more people show up. there's a nice group of national guardsmen here who will be dispersing throughout. i've seen families taking pictures with the national guard. i saw a mom, a young mom here with a couple of kids who,
, intelligence analysts will be working around the clock. our hostage negotiators. >> reporter: that fbi official spoke to us inside the multiagency communications center, real time monitoring of surveillance cameras posted on buildings and roads and share tips and incidenident reports. with checkpoints, monitoring stations and other precautions, this stage, the parade route along pennsylvania avenue, where the real unknown comes in. often along here where the president gets out of his car. that's when the president is most exposed and the crowds are massive. >> if he gets out of his car and walks, what's going through your mind at that moment? >> through my mind is having faith hain the plan and assumin that the agents are doing their job. >> reporter: haggin says the secret service o choreographs where he gets out of the limo and where he gets back in. when it's all over? a big sigh of relief. >> an event of this magnitude takes hundreds of thousands to execute effectively. and those people tend to not have a whole lot of fun. >> reporter: no matter how smoothly the day goes, security officials
the communities to make sure our neighborhood are safe. >>> the secret service, fbi, capitol police, national guard and other agencies will also be on duty. in the district, karen gray houston, fox 5 news. >>> metro officials say they learned from the 2009 inauguration and they are more prepared this time around. instead of charging for parking on the way into a lot they'll be charging as you exit. they held special weekend hours to sell those cards along with the commemorative version which are sold out. like 2009 you should get your smartrip card tonight if you can instead of waiting until tomorrow and they are urging you to plan your trip so you don't have to transfer lines. you can pick up any line you need. they all get you close to the mall. you do want to give yourself some extra time tomorrow if you plan on driving downtown. several roads will be closed as crowds begin to gather for festivities. spanning from pennsylvania avenue to second and up to 15th streets, those will be closed and beware, the smithsonian archives and mount vernon square metro stations will be closed as well tomo
.c. police force, secret service, fbi, and other agencies. bob orr takes a closer look at the security behind this ceremony. >> reporter: at union station, tsa viper security teams are checking trains and passengers. in a show of force designed to be a deterrent. >> if someone walks in and sees a group of officers and turns around immediately and leaves the station, that's a good indication that perhaps they have something to hide. >> reporter: not all security is so obvious. these two men with backpacks are undercover behavioral detection officers working in tandem with uniformed patrols at rail stations and airports. along d.c.'s waterfront coast guard fast boats are increasing surveillance runs. this is a floating command center. for 48 hours surrounding the inaugural time frame these waters around washington will be closed as more than 20 coast guard and police boats conduct patrols of 20 miles of shore watch. and at the edges of the restricted zone, the coast guard is watching for any suspect boaters. >> if they're in key specific areas or near critical
when you consider the federal, the local, various different agencies, fbi, justice department, et cetera, et cetera, it goes on and on and on and they're out in full force and last night several thousand national guardsmen were deployed and they'll have to filter through that. it's smaller than in years past and four years ago 1.82 million people here and this time around they've lowered the crowd estimates from originally expected from 6 to 800 down to 5 to 700,000, it's chilly, but folks are already in the lines and quite a stampede in the next three hours as we get ready for the president getting ready to take his inaugural, having been officially sworn in yesterday. >> brian: carl, how many red bulls so far. >> gretchen: oh, my gosh. >> reporter: haven't cracked them yet. a few days, but we'll have our share. >> brian:'s got six with him, who is he kidding? thanks so much. we had a problem, none of our guests could get through the security. and jim brown had a knee operation and couldn't get anywhere, you how is he going to get there. he walked out of his hotel and one cop to
limits. choppers are overhead that started last evening as well. the fbi sending out a lot of agents. the bureau says there are no credible threats against this event today but they will be watching everybody very closely. bill: you can imagine planning for this is years in the making. first the president and vice sco arrive at the capitol building at 10:50 a.m. eastern time. they will be punctual. the swearing in will happen right at 11:55 a.m., about an hour later. then there is lunch. the parade will start at 2:40 eastern time this afternoon. the balls will begin later tonight. the first one, inaugural ball at 6:00 p.m. that will honor servicemembers and their families. the commander-in-chief's ball started by president bush number 43, martha. martha: the parade is a long tradition of the inaugural parade. dates back to the first president, george washington. our first president's parade was in new york city where he took the office on steps of federal hall, 1789 is when that took place of course. thomas jefferson's inauguration in 1801 was the first to take place in the new capit
are in front of the fbi headquarters. you're seeing series of reactions from people. i think one of the things that i am marveled at is how many people have iphones and iphone technology. here we go, brian! the vehicles are being approached. the crowd is screaming. brian, this is our moment. here we go. there you have it. the first lady of the united states and the president making their first exit from the vehicle, as anticipated. here we are, brian. they are holding hands as you can see and walking along this blue line that illuminate for lack of a better description, the parade route. there they are. this couple that we witnessed four years ago with their young children, coming to this town and, now, the first lady and the president making this walk for the final time from the distance that we see here. they are smiling. as you can see, they are waving and the crowd, as we say, is going crazy right now, brian. enthusiastic, happy, and there are smiles as far as you can see and cameras. i've never seen so many 6-year-olds with iphones that can snap pictures on their phone. it's so exciting a
cia chief is spying. >> we see more vips arriving right now. bob mueller, fbi director, at the bottom of the screen with his wife. long-serving fbi director. we saw the acting cia director, michael morrell walking in. incoming, assuming, he is confirmed cia director, john brennan, coming in. watching what's going on. this year, you can also be part of cmn's coverage of this president a coverage of the inauguration. explain away. >> reporter: everybody here hold up your phones. this crowd has phones. this is the first time we have had a presidential inauguration with instagram. the most socially connected political event ever because of these. so we here at cnn are asking you because this is about you. this is about the community. we want to you take a picture of yourself watching inauguration, watching the swearing-in, on capitol hill, today. we want you to upload it to instagram. this is about you sharing your view of history with us. include a caption. why is this for for you to be watching this historic occasion here on this monday in washington. we have already gotten a couple of
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